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Historical Statistics Online - Free Trial
Welcome to the Historical Statistics of United States (HSUS), Millennial Online edition, where you can access data on social, behavioral, humanistic, and natural sciences including history, economics, government, finance, sociology, demography, education, law, natural resources, climate, religion, international migration, and trade - quantitative facts of American History.
This is the standard source for the quantitative facts of American history and is now completely expanded and revised.
The Millennial Edition, a compendium of statistics from over 1000 sources, was last updated in 1975. It has now been expanded to include over 37,000 data series, which is three times more than the previous edition. This edition includes dozens of new topics including slavery, American Indians, and poverty. This monumental five-volume work is now available in both print and electronic formats.
Special Feature Include:
Capability to create custom tables - merge columns from multiple tables to create custom tables, which can also be downloaded, printed, or graphed.
Advanced searching of the tables, their documentation, and essays.
Full citation downloading in RIS, text, or CSV format.
Saving your search criteria
Searching within a chapter or part
Bookmarking tables or essays
Searchable term and contributor indexes
Viewing tables in PDF or HTML format
Tables online include full documentation, sources, and footnotes
Selecting certain years or series of years to view, download, print, or graph
Downloading unrounded table data, for more detailed statistical analyses Enhanced table display features: jump to a certain table column (series), skip over blank data cells, highlight table rows and columns for readability
Toggle table sorting by ascending or descending year
Creating and downloading colorful charts, graphs, and plots
Emailing a table or essay to a colleague 30 day Historical
Please note that only "Part A/ Population" is available to all trial users.
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Posted by Catherine Wells on June 2, 2006 09:54 AM